Idox Elections talks technology in new paper contemplating the meaning of modern democracy

Fair, transparent and accessible, elections have been the cornerstone of modern democracy for hundreds of years. But now, 'modern' means a different thing entirely.

As tech continues to play a leading role in driving efficiencies for local authorities across the country, how are electoral teams specifically embracing digital to overcome leaner budgets, changing voter expectations and expanding responsibilities?

These themes take the focus of the latest whitepaper from William Quinton – Managing Director of Idox Elections – as he reviews the trends shaping elections both now and in the future, and explores how they are helping electoral teams work smarter amidst growing financial and resource pressures. 

Covering topics such as e-count and geospatial awareness technology, the article also discusses new innovations such as i-voting and biometric systems, as well as examining their adoption in elections overseas.

Interested in reading more?

Download the full whitepaper: e-Elections: Are we ready to digitise democracy?